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The Coalition for Collision Repair Excellence (CCRE)
debuted its Level 2 Seminar Series, "Taking Back Control of Your Business
(From Third-Party Entities)," in Cleveland, Ohio April 8-9.
CCRE states that this second-level training program was
delivered to a "packed classroom of energetic, eager-to- learn
"The mood of the class was positive and upbeat since
most shops represented at this meeting are presently successfully using CCRE’s
methods of conducting business, as taught in CCRE seminars across the
country," said CCRE President Tony Lombardozzi. "The overall
consensus was that it was a very positive experience, especially considering
the minimal time away from their shops and nominal expense involved."
The Level 2 Seminar Series focused on sound business practice
tools and how to employ them most effectively to improve shops’ bottom lines
"while eliminating ‘business as usual’ frustration and futility."
Legal advice was also offered by Erica Eversman of Vehicle Information
Services, Bath, Ohio, John Parese of Buckley & Wynne, New Haven, Conn., and
Ashley Earl of Earl Law Firm, Plaquemine, La.
Saturday afternoon was devoted exclusively to a
"The interaction was lively and positive, the
information dispensed was pertinent and empowering, and the general consensus
was that those who didn’t attend missed out on a very valuable resource,"
According to Lombardozzi, one satisfied attendee’s e-mail
read: "I’m very happy to have attended the seminar and I will be at the
next one as well wherever you decide to have it so sign me up right now! I’ve
implemented what I learned from this meeting into my business plan and have
already had good success."
Another attendee said, "Every time I attend one of
these CCRE events, I pick up more and more ideas to help my business and learn
how to enjoy going to work every day."
The next CCRE Level 2 Seminar Series, date and location
will be announced soon. Visit CCRE’s website for more info.